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Five Minutes to Orgasm Every Time You Make Love: Female Orgasm Made Simple Paperback – July 31, 2000

ISBN-13: 978-0966492439 ISBN-10: 0966492439 Edition: 2 Revised

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From the Back Cover

For women only -- Is Sex More Trouble Than It's Worth? Are you too slow, excessively reliant on prolonged (even painful) intercourse, oral sex or vibrators? Is your orgasm hit or miss? Now with this bold but simple 3- step program, any woman can achieve orgasm without difficulty during sex. Impossible? Not if you follow the quick and easy formula you will learn in this book.

Here at last is hope for any woman suffering the agonizing frustration of a too-slow, unreliable or nonexistent orgasm. Five Minutes to Orgasm once and for all crushes the dogma that achieving orgasm must take longer for a woman than it does for a man. Ladies, don't blame your partner for being too fast, inept and uncaring. Five Minutes to Orgasm describes in frank, detailed terms a method for making female orgasm the natural, effortless outcome of each and every lovemaking experience, and helps women overcome this common problem that causes so much happiness in many relationships.

This is the only book that fully explains how to reach orgasm faster during intercourse and shows you step-by-step how to do it. Have fun learning the quick and easy formula. It will help supercharge your relationships and maybe just change your life! Satisfaction Guaranteed! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

D. Claire Hutchins used to belong to the overwhelming majority of women who have difficulty achieving orgasm during sex. Now she reaches orgasm in five minutes every time she makes love, and it doesn't depend on the skills, timing and foreplay of the man's she's with. In this book she shares her personal experience and extensive research into this sensitive subject.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 133 pages
  • Publisher: Jps Publishing Company; 2 Revised edition (July 31, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0966492439
  • ISBN-13: 978-0966492439
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 5.8 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #616,251 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

D. Claire Hutchins was born in Grand Prairie, Texas, grew up in California, and returned to Texas in 1985. She has been a teacher and sex educator in the Dallas Fort Worth area for over 20 years. She is the author of the bestseller, Five Minutes to Orgasm Every Time You Make Love, and became part of an ongoing controversy about women's orgasms, encouraging women to "be in charge" of their own orgasms and stop expecting men to be fantastic lovers. Some charged her with trying to take the romance out of sex.

Ms. Hutchins has paired up with another educator, Avery Sinclair, to write Seismic Oral Sex. Speaking about the new book, Claire said:

"After publishing Five Minutes to Orgasm, I received lots of new information from women and their partners who had read it. Much of the input included a "defense" of oral sex since many thought I had belittled it. I learned lots of great new information and decided to include it in my research. After pairing with Avery, we conducted many in-depth interviews to capture all the new ideas about how to make oral sex the best for both men and women."

Claire and Avery are working on a new book being published next winter. "I can't believe we are still having this conversation," Claire flatly states. "With all the information available, some women still have trouble consistently reaching orgasm during intercourse. We want to put a stop to that!"

Customer Reviews

Honestly it is a very boring read.
Tabatha
If you aren't maybe you'll get more than I did: feeling frustrated I shelled money out for this ...
Moral Hazard
Trying to get women to have premature orgasms like so many unfortunate men.
Betty Dodson

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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 28, 1999
Format: Mass Market Paperback
In the past, I was often frustrated at how loooooong it took and how much "work" my boyfriend had to put in to get me there. This technique doesn't take a sexual genius (or any talent, for that matter) to understand or do, and even though this certainly isn't written by a literary master, this book provided ME the control, rather than being at the "mercy" of my boyfriend. Now, I climax just as many times (if not more) and more quickly than him!
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Babe on October 25, 2004
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This book is not for romantics. It's about the mechanics of having an orgasm during sex - if you are a woman who has been unable to reach that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. The technique is simple, concise and to the point. If you are looking for something that talks about mood setting and flowers, you are out of luck. Just practical down to earth advice.
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86 of 98 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 18, 1999
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If there was an option for no stars, that's what this book deserves. Save your money: all it says is to get on top and masturbate. For over 100 pages. As soon as I finished this book, I tossed it in the trash.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Joanna on September 15, 2008
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This book was really disappointing. Basically, it tells women: "just give up, you will always take too long to have an orgasm with your partner; just close your eyes, be on top, masturbate, and fantasize while you do it". Nothing wrong with doing any of this, but I couldn't help sensing a feeling of defeat while reading this book...on one hand, the book has its merits for translating to words what many women feel about orgasm, that it takes much longer with a partner than alone, that men have trouble learning the right speed and pressure a women need, that sometimes we are just lazy to go through the whole "process", how frustrated women get when the sex is over and the women hasn't come, etc. (and this why I gave it 2 starts instead of 1 - for its honesty!). However, the solution that the author points out (the so called "3 step") is basically: (1) be on top of your lover (we all know this is the best position for women); (ii) masturbate while you are on top; and (iii) have fantasies to help you have an orgasm quicker.
Guess what the 5 min refer to? Women usually take 4 min to reach orgasm when masturbating themselves! So why not 5 min when doing te same on top of your lover?
In the end, I felt she was talking more about 2 people masturbating on each other, than about a sexual experience you can only have as a couple. This is quite sad. Her honesty and good descriptions added to the "solution" she proposes translates to me as the following message: "just give up women, and masturbate!"
I want to keep trytng to reach orgasm faster with my lover without having to masturbate. This I can do alone! Agree?
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 6, 1999
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As a licensed sex therapist, I had read this book a couple of months ago, but wasn't too impressed. It wasn't "scholarly" enough to impress me. Then one of my female patients told me how it had helped her relationship, and I took another look. What I missed before was the tone of the book, which is ideally suited for getting simple ideas across in a non-clinical way. It communicates to women like a friendly chat between friends. The approach is non-judgmental and supportive. The author more or less says, "if nothing's worked for your before, don't give up. Try this out." The formula in the book won't work for everyone, and not every couple will want to use it. But it's there if they choose. I believe Ms. Hutchins sincerely wants to help women, and has found a simple way to do it.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 27, 1999
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If you're an avid reader of sexual "self-help" books, then this book will be a complete let down. Yes, it has some good basics, and yes, it's easy, quick reading, but if you're hoping it will provide some real enlightenment on how to reach more/better orgasms (as I was), then don't waste your time. The information is extremely topical and not worth the money. Personally, I recommend Graham Masterson's books - they're all great; full of useful information and interesting reading.
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51 of 60 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 5, 2000
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I bought this book based on the other customer reviews, and I wasted my money. You are better off going to a library and reading magazine articles about making love and orgams. It's all the same information. If you want a long orgamsic history and want to know the 3 steps, which she takes forever to "reveal", then waste your money. But basically, do everything they always say, be on top, and add a few candles.
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78 of 94 people found the following review helpful By D. Chambers on May 9, 2008
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My boyfriend and I found this book to be not only disturbing but also harmful to our sexual life. Hutchins is not a professional sex therapist and not only does she discredit some of our most enjoyable sexual activities, she also marginalizes men, women, and the diverse nature of female orgasm and the connection between partners (for example, she RECOMMENDS that partners fantasize about others while fantasizing that they themselves are someone else, not exactly a recipe for closeness between partners). Her arguments are reductionist in nature and reek of a hidden agenda based upon her personal sexual attitudes and prejudices. Please read this book with a certain amount of caution. There is perhaps information that some will find useful, but overall the book for my partner and I proved to be immensely depressing, damaging, under-researched, and not professionally presented as she continuously presents her own opinion as fact and the one-sided nature of her arguments are sure to make other women and couples feel as though the nature of their connection and the methods of their sexual release are inferior. May we suggest: "The Elusive Orgasm: A Woman's Guide to Why She Can't and How She Can Orgasm" by Dr. Vivienne Cass, PhD.
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